Once in a rare while, a property comes to market that exceeds expectations and pushes the boundaries of innovative design. Reimagined by the creative minds of Zoubuild's Chris and Christal Fysentzou (featured by Better Homes and Gardens, Houzz and Ready, Set, Reno) this entirely refurbished 1980s classic is more than a home - it's an experience.
Craftsmanship and an exceptional level of finish down to the minutest of details are what you can expect. It boasts a simplistic facade that gives way to impeccable interiors worthy of a magazine cover, and yet it's still a nurturing and warm place to raise a family.
The property features an opulent blend of rich natural elements like oak herringbone flooring and grey stone, highlighted by dark tones and crisp neutrals. An enclosed atrium establishes a central focal point for the entire home and allows natural light and refreshing breezes to cascade throughout. Effortlessly linking to the ground level's kitchen and main living areas, the courtyard also has a spiral staircase to the front terrace with blissful mountain views. It's truly magnificent.
The kitchen is simply divine. It hosts a full suite of Smeg appliances, waterfall 40mm stone benchtops, glass splashback/window to the yard and exceptional storage, plus an adjoining butler's pantry.
Outside is made for outstanding alfresco entertaining. There is a covered patio for meals with a custom open-air kitchen and a private entry for guests. Steps away is a charming backyard fireplace which plays tribute to the old design, recycling bricks from the former outdoor space. You will love bringing the family here to snuggle all year round.
The ground level is complete with a gorgeous front study/office with views to the courtyard, full bathroom with terrazzo-inspired flooring and a huge laundry with great storage.
Upstairs is the family's private retreat. There is a secondary living area for kids/teens to hangout that opens to the front terrace. The master bedroom has automated skylights, wide built-in robes and an ensuite. Three additional bedrooms sit on the other side for maximum privacy, two have built-in robes and one has a walk-in. All are steps from a glorious main bathroom with a large shower, floor to ceiling terrazzo tiles and a deluxe bathtub for soaking away the day.
Just a sample of additional highlights: - Zoned ducted air-conditioning throughout - Double garage with epoxy flooring - Ceiling fans - CCTV system - Security alarm - Extremely low-maintenance - Astroturf yard and weather hardy plants - Double brick external and single brink internal - Suspended concrete slab - 3 phase power - Drying area/clothesline - Room in the backyard for a plunge pool
This home occupies a spacious 539m2 corner block on a peaceful cul-de-sac street. It is close to the Aminya Street shops, local shopping centres and Westfield Garden City. It sits within the sought-after catchment zone for Mansfield State High School. It is close to city-bound buses and the CBD is only 20-minutes from your doorstep.
Inspections are an absolute must - speak to Pat Ivey and Jewlie Halliday today.
Features include: Air conditioning, Alarm System, Intercom, Built in wardrobes, Internal Laundry, Bath, Heating, Dishwasher, Study, Secure Parking, Fully fenced, Garden / Courtyard
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